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Don't let anyone convince you that the problem isn't spreading nationwide in Japan What this page is for :. Despite being a signatory since to the UN Convention on Racial Discrimination , Japan has taken no legislative action to bar businesses and other public places from refusing entry to customers based on nationality and race. Starting from in Otaru, Hokkaido , and now running unchecked throughout Japan , signs saying "JAPANESE ONLY" etc have gone up, making an unspoken undercurrent of fear of the outsider into clear, present, and brazen exclusionism--following the best traditions of segregation and apartheid.
The Japanese government's steadfast refusal to outlaw this form of discrimination by nationality and race has only made the situation worse, so the time has come for the grassroots to take matters to the street. Or to the internet, as it were. This page will call for the sanction of public shame by putting up photos of those exclusionary enterprises, including name, address, phone number, etc.
The photos have dates for when they were taken. Some signs depicted may thankfully no longer be up; however, the photos will stay up in perpetuity, as a record of past misdeeds that should not be allowed to fade into anecdotery criminal records, after all, linger for individual miscreants. Contact the business in question to see if an exclusionary policy is still in effect. Submissions to The Rogues' Gallery are welcome.
I ask the submitter to please send a reasonable-quality photo of 1 the storefront if possible with name of the establishment clear and the sign displayed and 2 a closeup of the exclusionary sign , dated, with the name and approximate address of the place. Sorry, we cannot "just take your word for it" that some place excluded you--we need a sign of some sort or else there will be libel lawsuits.
I would prefer that these places be open to anyone i. However, bars, discos, etc are acceptible. Particularly those which are essential for daily life hotels, stores, restaurants, public baths, housing etc.